Mary J. Mower Dyches

8/11/1947 ~ 1/14/2022

Mary J. Mower Dyches, 74 passed away peacefully on January 14, 2022. She was born on August 11, 1947 in Ogden, Utah. She was the daughter of Lee and Jean Mower of Fairview, Utah. She married the love of her life Sheran (Jug) Dyches on September 10, 1965 in the Manti Temple.

Mary was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served in many callings. She worked as the lunch lady for the Spring City Elementary School for many years. Later in her life she worked at the Sanpete County Treasures office where she loved to help those in the county. She loved gardening, canning food from her garden, sewing, quilting, going for long drives with her husband and camping at Fairview Lakes with her family. She loved the holidays and spending time with her family. Her kids, grandkids and great grandkids were the light of her life.

Mary is survived by her husband Sheran (Jug) Delon Dyches, six children Angela Ivory, Billings, MT, Stacy Mitchell (Dan) Strattford, CT, Neda Pyper (Steve) Manti, UT, Bradley Dyches (Lindsay) Springville, UT, Dallin Dyches, Alpine, WY, Garrett Dyches (Laura) Spanish Fork, UT. Brother, Richard Mower (Norene) AZ and 27 Grandchildren and l7 Great-Grand-Children. Preceded in death by Parents Lee & Jean Mower, Brother, Jeff Mower and Grandson, Kyle Ivory.
Funeral Service will be held Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. in the Spring City 1st Ward Chapel (900 North State) with a viewing from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. prior to services at the Church. Interment in the Spring City Cemetery. 

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17 Responses to “Mary J. Mower Dyches”

  1. Sheran, My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

    RuthAnn Beck Simon

  2. Amanda Bennett says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss! My prayers are with you during this difficult time. I enjoyed Mary and the goodness that surrounded her, I will never forget her always being so kind and happy when greeting me!

  3. Jeannine Cook says:

    Thinking of all of you. Mary was a special childhood friend. I enjoyed sleep overs at her house. Her Mother was a great cook. I always felt very happy there.

  4. Our deepest sympathy and love at the passing of a dear friend. Mary will be missed so much by all of us. Please take comfort in the Gospel plan, that families can be together forever.
    Much Love,
    Burke and Verla

  5. Dawn Sterner says:

    What an amazing, wonderful lady! I’ve been blessed to become friends with you and Sheran. The world may seem a little less bright in your absence, but I know you’ll be nearby.. Watching over all those you love. Right up to the very end, she could tell me the names of her grandkids and great grandkids..was she ever the proud grandma!! We loved all of her posterity beyond measure.

  6. Terry Johansen says:

    Jug…..May the Lord Bless you during this difficult time…thank goodness you have good friends and family to support you as you move forward with this new chapter in your life….May your good wife and friend RIP….

    Terry Johansen

  7. Larry Larsen says:

    Sheran and your family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Mary and her siblings were like cousins to me and my siblings. Our parents were reciprocally considered uncles and aunts, indeed family. Growing up we enjoyed lots of activities together. I’m so sorry to see Mary leave so early in life.

  8. Whit Allred says:

    I am so deeply sorry to hear about Mary’s passing! She was always such a wonderful lady to work with! She was always cheerful and had a sunny disposition! She loved to talk about her family. She will be deeply missed!

  9. Larry Larsen says:

    Sherman and your family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Mary and her siblings were like cousins to me and my siblings. Our parents were reciprocally considered uncles and aunts, indeed family. Growing up we enjoyed lots of activities together. I’m so sorry to see Mary leave so early in life.

  10. Connie Ames says:

    I am sorry to learn of Mary’s passing. She was such a sweet, kind, helpful person. May your family be blessed and comforted until that HAPPY DAY when you are all reunited. My prayers are with you.
    GOOD-BYES
    are not forever
    Good-byes are not the end
    They simply mean
    I will miss you
    Until we meet again.

  11. gary larsen says:

    sorry jug there are no words that can ease your pain

  12. We send our love and deepest
    Sympathy to you and your family
    Sheran at the passing of Mary.
    May you find comfort in the love
    and beautiful memories you shared
    together.

  13. Mitchell Family says:

    We are so very sorry on the loss of dear Mary…
    Sending our love and prayers to all..
    Love,
    Helen, Kim and Family

  14. Kelden says:

    Prayers to your family. She was the sweetest lady and I enjoyed taking care of her.

  15. Kriss Bailey says:

    Dearest. Family and. Sharron I was so deeply devastated to learn of Mary’s passing. I found out the day after her funeral. I deeply loved this special lady she was a good friend of mine. I’m truely saddened at this news. May. God be with you all I know the angels are singing with this special angle in heaven. RIP. I loved you dearly Mary.

  16. Don and Cassy Chambers says:

    When I was a kid in Chester Mary was the heart and soul of 4H. She taught us cooking and sewing year after year. And when we lived in spring city she was the heart and soul of cub Scouts and boy scouts for the kids. She never put up with any shenanigans. She expected the best from people and she was the best. We will miss seeing her. We are sure sorry Jug.

  17. Glenn says:

    So sorry for your loss.. thoughts and prayers..